Bodegas Fundador Pedro Domecq, Jerez De La Frontera

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
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3.7/5 based on 90 reviews on the web
Bodegas Fundador Pedro Domecq is located in Jerez De La Frontera. Work out when and for how long to visit Bodegas Fundador Pedro Domecq and other Jerez De La Frontera attractions using our handy Jerez De La Frontera vacation route planner.
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  • Visit it because we were on the route of sherry, but Spanish remains little gave us to taste two wines, and when I went to read the label to find out what I was going to drink. Surprise all in English. For sale in Gibraltar.
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  • Visit interesting, obviously a bit touristy, but considering they were within an organized tour went well. Very good guide, professional, warm smell, barrels with brandy and wine tasting with tapas, final.
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  • It is the required point to visit in Jerez de la Frontera, must be the oldest Winery in the country where they make all kinds of fine wines, Sherry, manzanilla, ports, brandys, fragrant wines, and all the others that I'm forgetting
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  • This is owned now by a Filipino named Andrew Tan. He purchased the Fundador, Harveys Bristol Cream & The Terry Centenario since November 30,2015.
  • I had an absolutely fabulous time at the Bodegas Fundador Pedro Domecq, in fact it was the social highlight of my holiday at Jerez de la Frontera. Alex, the lovely English speaking guide, was very thorough in her historical recount of events leading up to the modern day bodega. She also gave us a detailed description of the various chemical and biological processes that end up being the bottled product you purchase. After initiating us on the latter as we walked through the redolent bodegas, chronologically stacked with aging fermenting barrels, she took us on a tour past their magnificent private gardens, ending up in quite a large and well stocked museum. The tour ended with us given a sample of three different types of beverages they make there. I had a great time sipping from these, talking to others of the group I was with at the time and having a very good laugh with them. I'd initially started of with an English speaking group but Alex, who is a native Spanish speaker, cleverly made very good advantage of the fact that I'm bilingual and suggested I join the Spanish speaking group which was tailing behind us. I ended up having the proffered drinks at the end with them. I'd recommend to anyone to go to these bodegas and buy a bottle at their shop as I did. The history and cultural aspects of the bodegas are really stimulating. I bought a lovely bottle of Harveys Bristol Cream, made there at the bodegas and which I'd just tried when they gave us the drinks before finishing our visit. They suggest to always have the Bristol Cream with a slice of orange. :-)
  • Although it is very close to the famous Gonzalez Byass, his Palo Cortado is unique. Very custom tour and wineries in more than two centuries of history.
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  • Elegant and refined shop, offers a pleasant tour and tastings of their best sherry
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  • Visit very correct, but deveria tasting the improve...
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